Pakistan prays for the safe return of Muhammad Ali Sadpara and his teammates two climbers John Snorri from Iceland, Juan Pablo Mohr from Chile, who reportedly have gone missing attempting to climb the world´s second-highest mountain, K2, on Friday.
After no success on Saturday, another search and rescue operation is launched on Sunday.
As being reported, two Pakistan army helicopters with local mountaineers and porters have departed from Skardu on the rescue mission. They will go up to 7,000 meters to find the climbers.
Expedition Manager Chhang Dawa Sherpa said, “It’s already been more than 30 hours, we (at basecamp) have received no news of John Snorri, Ali Sadpara, and Juan Pablo Mohr, since none of the GPS trackers seem to be working.”
On the news of mountaineers gone missing, Pakistanis are praying for their safe return.
My heart sinks evertime I go to his Twitter account and find no update. Praying hardest for Almighty's divine protection for him & team members. Plz plz plz make it back!!! 🙏 #alisadpara pic.twitter.com/7JyYsAz1ka— Nida F (@nidaFsameer) February 7, 2021
یا اللہ معجزہ کردے ۔— Inam Butt (@InamTheWrestler) February 7, 2021
Prayers for the safe return of Ali Sadpara and his fellow mountaineers.The winter ascent of the world's second highest peak is an act of courage, not many dare of thinking, let alone attempt it.#K2WinterExpedition #alisadpara pic.twitter.com/7bC2ISX7rP
Prayers for Ali Sadpara, John Snorri and Juan Pablo Mohr's safe return home –— Asad Mehmood (@theasadmehmood) February 7, 2021
Pakistan Army started search mission last night. May allah protect our heroes!#alisadpara #JohnSnorri #JaunPabloMohr#K2 #K2WinterExpedition #K2winter2021
#alisadpara Our Hero sadpara, entire nation is praying for you. You have touched the peak. Now land back safely on your motherland. We all are waiting for you. You are stronger than these circumstances.— Shehryar Afridi (@ShehryarAfridi1) February 6, 2021
Prayers for the safe return of Ali Sadpara and his fellow mountaineers.The winter ascent of the world's second highest peak is an act of courage, not many dare of thinking, let alone attempt it.#K2WinterExpedition #alisadpara pic.twitter.com/4Ht21JIf0E— Hashim Jawan Bakht (@HashimJBakht) February 6, 2021
Last Dance of Ali Sadpara on base camp of K2.— Shoaib Jatt (@Shoaib_Jatt) February 7, 2021
I wish he will face a miracle & we will see him again with this rhythm. pic.twitter.com/es9c2Ojf9p
Disturbing News. Our national hero Ali Sadpara & his team members lost contact & are now declared missing on K2. Pakistan Army search & rescue is on the job. At this time I ask you all to please take a moment to pray for the missing mountaineers.#k2winterexpedition2021 #K2winter pic.twitter.com/6R6RR6DzQ2— Fakhr-e-Alam (@falamb3) February 6, 2021